Does the company already have experience of cooperation with foreign investors, in particular from Poland? Are you planning to enter the European market?
To date, we have delivered several 3D printers to Turkey and had preliminary talks about cooperation with Spain. To enter the European market, we need to get a CE certificate, but it may take a lot of time and effort. Having been certified, we will definitely try to enter the Polish market.
Tell us about the most interesting or amazing 3D printing order.
First orders are always weird. But then you get used to it. When Alexander began to work with dentists and made models for alignment of teeth we were astonished at types of dental defects. Now, Alexander and Andrew (who is directly involved in printing) attentionis drawn to the defects of teeth even when they have an ordinary conversation with people. I remember the first MRI scan of the human skull, which was designed for surgery after head injury. There are so many people people who come up with their own specific problems. The blender broke down and there are no mechanical parts to be found in service shops, or 2-10 pieces of specific fasteners are badly needed. We can easily model and solve these problems. Sometimes we even get requests to print toys for adults.